The summer issue of Modern In Denver is out. Actually, it’s been out for more than a month. So, taking a break from a huge distraction, I’m finally posting my contributions to the latest issue.
I, again, helped out with writing “Field Study,” our curated selection of nicely designed products. My personal favorites? The Compact Chopsticks by Integral Design, the updated Eames Molded Wood Side Chair and, well, I actually liked all of them. If you didn’t pick up the magazine, I just may email you a PDF if you are so curious.
This month marks the 5th year for the magazine (congratulations to publisher/founder William Logan!) and also the debut of another feature, modern mobile apps, penned by yours truly. I do like to add the local touch so I selected four apps from Colorado companies. We will probably continue this trend so if you’re an app maker (and it doesn’t have to be design-centric), please pitch me at tamara at modernindenver dot com). As with most Modern In Denver stories, the Modern Apps story is not online. If you’re curious for the words, let me know and I can send a PDF.
But of course, do check out any bit of online goodness available. I believe the magazine will be posting rare photos taken by awesome photographer David Lauer of his trip inside a home built by Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard ( The Joseph Irwin Miller House).